Date: 9th July 2010 at 5:25pm
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Nathan Dyer has praised Alan Curtis and Colin Pascoe, who have taken temporary charge of the squad whilst the club search for a new manager.

The two coaches have taken care of the day-to-day tasks such as the players’ training sessions since Paulo Sousa left to join Leicester City this week.

Nathan Dyer told BBC Sport:

‘Pre-season training is always a grind, but it’s something you’ve got to do,’

‘I think the boys have been impressed with the way Curt and Pasc have picked up the mantle.’

‘The mood in the camp is still upbeat, but it’s still not ideal losing your manager so close to the start of the new season,”

‘We are all waiting to see who the new gaffer will be. I’m sure it won’t be too long before we find out.”

‘Training is hard, a lot harder than last season,’

‘But it’s enjoyable, with a good mix of running and football.

‘Most of the boys have come back from the break in good shape.

‘In the modern game it’s essential you do your own fitness work throughout the summer, otherwise when you return pre-season training will murder you.’


The Swans are in action for the first time on Saturday as they face Port Talbot Town in a Friendly. Kick off is at 3pm at their ground.



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